In order to relay up-to-date and accurate fishing reports, we have added a new page dedicated to fishing reports from our fleet captains. Check back on a regular basis!

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August 6, 2017: Capt. Joe fished the incoming tide/ocean bottom on a full day charter today. The wind died down just enough to make for a nice day on the ocean.  They had 8 keeper fluke, over 200 scup (porgies), 58 keeper sea bass (throwing back over 200) and a bonita for 48 anglers. We’re back in the bay for the majority of this week’s charters and looking forward to some nice fluke!

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August 1, 2017: One fish, two fish, three fish, FLUKE FISH! Capt. Joe reported good action on this morning’s charter. He fished the incoming tide, wind SSE at about 6 knots. Some decent keepers up to 5lbs with over 100 total with shorts in the 4 hours. Our next charter is Thursday and looking forward to what the bay has to offer!

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July 26, 2017: Capt. Ryan ran a half day from 10AM-2PM. He fished the end of the incoming and beginning of the outgoing tide. Overall, it was a decent day. A little slow, but ended up with 10 keepers and a ton of throwback’s. Let’s see what today brings!

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July 16, 2017 : Do you “Sea Bass”? We do! Capt. Joe reported a nice pic of sea-bass on the incoming tide yesterday. He fished local ocean reefs which produced lots of life with a decent amount of keepers.